BETA PHOTO: Anniversary Boulder, Katydid Crack on the right.
River boulders throughout Nevada County.
If you'd like to climb here, please email me, and I will give you the lowdown and directions to climb here, as there may be access concerns. Keep a low profile, and don't piss anyone off if you do decide to climb here.
By Aron Quiter Administrator From: Oakland, CA Apr 25, 2008
Nathan, it's nice that you're bagging all these "first ascents", but where exactly are all of these climbs? Nevada County's pretty big. What river are we seeing in the pictures? Please add some directions, or I'm going to delete your area...
Nevada County is pretty big. I'm not extremely certain about the access issues. If you can't tell THE river this is from the photos, you're obviously not from the area. And if you're not from the area, the climbing isn't worth a weekend trip anyway.
By Aron Quiter Administrator From: Oakland, CA May 16, 2008
Mountainproject.com is intended to share route and rock information with others, even those that aren't from the local area. Nathan, if you're not willing to share directions to your areas, and give exact details on how to get to the rocks that you've posted, I would suggest that you post your information elsewhere.
I know that rockclimbing.com is more than ok with this type of behavior (see the backyard boulders, among others), so perhaps this would be a better place to add them. It's too bad with the backyard boulders, as there are a few of the longest sustained HARD problems in The Bay Area there. Gold Wall. Jailhouse. etc...
You have until Monday the 19th to decide what it is you'd like to do.
As I have already stated, there could be access issues with this area (see your Auburn Cliffs submission), and it would be best left for those who are climbing-deprived and motivated enough to find it. Would it be acceptable to use a similar description as your directions in the Auburn Cliffs area? If it would be beneficial to mountainproject to delete the area, then so be it.
By Aron Quiter Administrator From: Oakland, CA May 17, 2008
That would be more than ok with me, until someone else complains or I get a phone call telling me to remove the area (which has happened before.)
Please modify the directions to say something like..
if you'd like to climb here, please email me, and I will give you the lowdown and directions to climb here, as there may be access concerns. Keep a low profile, and don't piss anyone off if you do decide to climb here.
Up river from the 49 Bridge, on the right side. The bride is in between Nevada city and North San Juan. No access issues as far as I'm aware, The Yuba is a public place as far as I know, unless you're on a mining claim.